Cisco IronPort AsyncOS 7.5 for Email Daily Management Guide
Chapter 2 Using Email Security Monitor
Email Security Monitor Pages
– Days Since First Message (network owner and domain profile pages
– Number of Domains Associated with this Network Owner (network
owner and domain profile pages only)
– Number of IP Addresses in this Network Owner (network owner and
domain profile pages only)
– Number of IP Addresses used to Send Email (network owner pages only)
Click the “More from SenderBase” link to see a page with all information
supplied by the SenderBase Reputation Service.
The Mail Flow Statistics information, with Email Security Monitor
information collected about the sender over the time range that you specify.
Details about the domains and IP addresses controlled by this network owner
are displayed on network owner profile pages. Details about the IP addresses
in the domain are displayed on domain pages.
From a domain profile page, you can drill down to a specific IP address, or drill
up to view an organization profile page. You can also display the DNS Verified
status, SBRS (SenderBase Reputation Score), and Last Sender Group for each
sender address in the IP Addresses table by clicking the Columns link at the
bottom of that table. You can also hide any columns in that table.
From a network owner profile page, you can display Connections Rejected,
Connections Accepted, and Stopped by Recipient Throttling information for each
domain in the Domains table by clicking the Columns link at the bottom of that
table. You can also hide any columns in that table.
If you are an administrator of the system, on each of these pages, you can choose
to add the network owner, domain, or IP address to a sender group by clicking the
check box for the entity (if necessary) and then clicking Add to Sender Group.
You can also add a sender to a sender group by clicking the Add to Sender Group
link below the Sender Group Information in the Current Information table for the
sender and clicking Add to Sender Group. For more information about adding
senders to sender groups, see the “Configuring the Gateway to Receive Email”
chapter in the Cisco IronPort AsyncOS for Email Configuration Guide. Of course,
you do not have to make any changes — you can let the security services handle